Mayor pro tem reelected to statewide executive panel

Cathie Brunnick will serve an additional two years with Colorado Municipal League

Staff report
Posted 7/9/19

Lone Tree Mayor Pro Tem Cathie Brunnick has been reelected to the executive board of the Colorado Municipal League. Brunnick will serve an additional two-year term that will expire in 2021. Brunnick …

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Mayor pro tem reelected to statewide executive panel

Cathie Brunnick will serve an additional two years with Colorado Municipal League

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Lone Tree Mayor Pro Tem Cathie Brunnick has been reelected to the executive board of the Colorado Municipal League. Brunnick will serve an additional two-year term that will expire in 2021.

Brunnick represents the medium population category on the 21-person board that includes representatives from around the state.

“It was an honor to serve on the CML Executive Board last year, and I am very fortunate to have been reelected to serve again,” Brunnick said. “Advocating for important issues facing the cities and towns of Colorado is a top priority for me.”

The CML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization providing services and resources to local government officials to improve management of their municipalities. The CML executive board helps establish major policies of the CML. Fort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell is the board president.

The CML was founded in 1923 and represents 270 municipalities in Colorado.

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